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What’s HOT at the White Rock Theatre

HOT’s Paul Way-Rider takes a look at some of the offerings coming up at the White Rock Theatre (WRT) in August and beyond.

White Rock Theatre

What’s HOT at the White Rock?

The White Rock Theatre has announced its new line up of live entertainment. From the global smash hit Dirty Dancing The Classic Story On Stage to 80’s pop icon Paul Young and from the Proclaimers to Sarah Millican, there is a huge variety of entertainment. There are brand new shows  including dance group Flawless (back from their world tour) and the Osmonds with the Greatest Show Live in Concert and pantomime Jack and the Beanstalk. It seems there is something for everyone at Hastings White Rock Theatre writes HOT’s Paul Way-Rider.

Posted 12:14 Tuesday, Jul 3, 2018 In: Performance Tags:
Anna Brassey, a site specific performance

Anna Brassey: a woman ahead of her time

Annie Brassey was an extraordinary woman. She travelled the world with her children and pets and became a celebrity for her wonderful travel writing and adventures on the steam clipper, The Sunbeam! A woman ahead of her time…

D-Construction

Powerful Hip Hop at The Stade

State Saturdays are free for all and offer the chance to see fantastic entertainment from around the world. This Saturday, 16 June, Compagnie Dyptik presents D-Construction,who will give two performances – at 6pm and 8pm – of their challenging, alternative Hip Hop dance.

Posted 17:30 Wednesday, Jun 13, 2018 In: Performance Tags: , , ,
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Weathering the storms and storming Prague

Three theatre companies from Hastings storm the Prague Fringe Festival. Local playwright and staunch local theatre advocate, John Knowles writes.

All images: Max Neonlife Monaghan

Caliban’s Codex

Caliban’s Codex

Posted 13:43 Friday, May 4, 2018 In: Arts & Culture,Performance Tags: , ,
TENOME : Eyes On Hands

TENOME: Eyes On Hand

This extraordinary, absorbing new work, TENOME (Eyes on Hand) performed in-the-round, is based on a mythical blind humanoid creature that sees through the palms of its hands. 

Image shows Heather Alexander (L), Artistic Director of Hastings Fringe Festival, and Chris Young (R), Co-Organiser of the Hastings Comedy Fringe. Image credit: Alex Hunt.

The Fringes are back!

Two Fringe Festivals return to Hastings – Hastings Fringe Comedy Festival, between 13 – 17 June and Hastings Fringe Festival throughout July. Steve Scott writes.

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